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Factory Orders in the U.S. Increased in March

-1 DAYS AGO  |  Chris Guy

New orders for factory goods rose 1.1% in March after falling a revised 1.9% in February, thanks largely to an increase in demand for defense equipmen...

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A.W. Chesterton Expands Training and Services Facility

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A.W. Chesterton Company has expanded its facilities north of Boston with a new valve emissions testing facility, an expansive industrial training center and an industrial equipment service location to support its New England‐based customers.

The New England Service Center expansion provides mechanical...

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Spirax Sarco Supporting the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer

19 HOURS AGO

Spirax Sarco USA is teaming up with Spirax Sarco Canada for the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer. From June 11-12, 2016, participants will cycle 200 km with thousands of other men and women throughout the countryside of Ontario, Canada. All net proceeds will benefit Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

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G7 Countries Vow to Support Energy Investments

16 HOURS AGO

Leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan the UK and the U.S. have pledged to “promote investing in energy projects through the oil price crash to ensure a steady stream of supply” and “encourage financial institutions to invest in energy projects and infrastructure,&rdquo...

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New Study Shows Demand for Natural Gas Will Grow

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The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Center for Manufacturing Research and IHS Economics released a new comprehensive study that reveals how natural gas has strengthened manufacturing and encouraged U.S. manufacturing growth and employment and highlights the positive impact to communities a...

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Factory Orders in the U.S. Increased in March

-1 DAYS AGO

New orders for factory goods rose 1.1% in March after falling a revised 1.9% in February, thanks largely to an increase in demand for defense equipment, the Commerce Department reports. This March increase in new orders was higher than the 0.6% rise economists predicted.

Durable-goods orders rose 0.8%,...

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U.S. Economy Grew 0.5% in First Quarter

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U.S. GDP increased at an annual rate of 0.5% in the first quarter of 2016, according to the advance estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. In the fourth quarter, real GDP increased 1.4%.

The increase in real GDP in the first quarter reflected positive contributions from personal consumpt...

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Sun Sets on BP’s Solar Hopes

Solar power will not be able to compete with conventional energy until there is a breakthrough in the technology, BP’s chief executive has said, in a further sign of the company’s move away from renewables towards oil and gas.

BP has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in making solar cells and components, but in the past six months it has been closing factories around the world, and announced a sharp cut in its investment in alternative energies, such as solar, from $1.4bn last year to $1bn (£658m) this year.

Source: Financial Times

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